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AIMEX to be Ronson Gears first domestic mining exhibition appearance

first_imgRonson Gears will make its first appearance at an Australian mining exhibition on Stand H1204 during AIMEX in September. The Melbourne-based family business, which was established in the 1950s, manufactures spur gears and helical gears up to 900 mm in diameter, bevel gears up to 500 mm in diameter, and gear racks up to 6 m long. “Being one of Australia’s premier gear manufacturers, what could be more appropriate than debuting at Australia’s premier mining event”, Ronson Gears’ Managing Director, Gordon New, said. “Employing 38 people, we are a quality-driven company with ISO9001 accreditation and Australia’s foremost gear measurement facility. “We can handle quantities from one-offs to runs of thousands with our experienced staff and state-of-the-art gear manufacturing machinery.”  Clients include Joy Mining, P&H Minepro, Caterpillar and Metso Minerals.Australian engineer Ronald Charles New founded Ronson Gears in 1954. With a passion for precision, the company has flourished and earned a worldwide reputation for innovation and excellence. In 1967, Ronson Gears moved to its current premises which have since been extended twice. Since 1990 Ronald’s sons, Gordon and Terry New, have sourced developments in gear manufacturing from around the globe. Today, an Australian industry leader in this market niche, Ronson Gears states that it “continues to invest in the latest technology bringing an ever increasing range of premium gear services to our loyal local and international clients.” Ronson Gears is an active member of international industry associations including Eurotrans and the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA), and has firm relationships with associate companies in Europe, Japan, New Zealand and USA.last_img

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